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Product Description

  • Sample Type – Blood
  • Reporting is Same Day/Next Day
  • Fasting is Required for minimum 9 hours before the test schedule

 

Package Details

 

HIV 1 & 2 Antibody

Early detection and treatment of HIV infection and immune system monitoring can greatly improve long-term health and survival. Also, if a person knows his or her HIV status, it may help change behaviors that can put him or her and others at risk..

  • Always 100% Confidential. Your results are never be shared without your consent, and you do not have to give us your real name, if you do not wish to.
  • Fast Results. HIV test results will be available on the same/next day once your sample is received at our laboratory.

 

Hepatitis C virus ( HCV Antibody )

Hepatitis C tests are used to screen for and diagnose a hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, to guide therapy and/or to monitor the treatment of an HCV infection.

An HCV antibody test is used to screen for past exposure and current infection. It detects the presence of antibodies to the virus, indicating exposure to HCV. This test cannot distinguish whether someone has an active or a previous HCV infection. There is some evidence that if the test is “weakly positive,” it may be a false positive.

 

Hepatitis B ( HBsAG )

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) tests may be used for a variety of reasons. Some of the tests detect antibodies produced in response to HBV infection; some detect antigens produced by the virus.

 

VDRL

The venereal disease research laboratory (VDRL) test is designed to assess whether or not you have syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection (STI). Syphilis is caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum. The bacteria infects by penetrating into the lining of the mouth or genital area.

The VDRL test doesn’t look for the bacteria that causes syphilis. Instead, it checks for the antibodies your body makes in response to antigens produced by cells damaged by the bacteria. Antibodies are a type of protein produced by your immune system to fight off invaders like bacteria or toxins. Testing for these antibodies can let your doctors know whether you have syphilis.